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Avnery, Uri, 1923-2018

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Personal name headingAvnery, Uri, 1923-2018
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Variant(s)Avnéri, Ouri, 1923-2018
Afnīrī, Ūrī, 1923-2018
Avneri, Uri, 1923-2018
Yūsuf Abū Nūrī, 1923-2018
Ostermann, Helmut, 1923-2018
אבנרי, אורי, 1923־
Associated countryIsrael
LocatedHannover (Germany)
Birth date1923-09-10
Death date2018-08-20
Place of birthBeckum (Warendorf, Germany)
Place of deathTel Aviv (Israel)
AffiliationIsrael. Keneset
Profession or occupationJournalists Legislators Pacifists
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Found inHādhā al-ʻālam, 2/10/66: t.p. verso (Ūrī Afnīrī)
LC data base, 4-24-85 (hdg.: Avnery, Uri, 1923- )
Darwīsh, M. Palestine, mon pays, 1988: t.p. (Ouri Avnéri) p. 82 (Israeli journalist)
Milḥamah or shalom ba-merḥav ha-Shemi, 1947: t.p. (Yūsuf Abū Nūrī [in Arabic])
New York times WWW site, viewed Aug. 21, 2018 (in obituary published Aug. 20: Uri Avnery; b. Helmut Ostermann, Sept. 10, 1923, Beckum, Germany; spent his childhood in Hanover before moving to British Palestine; his only brother, Werner, was killed in 1941 fighting with the British Army in World War II; having become Uri at some point, he also Hebraized his surname to Avnery in his brother's memory; d. Monday [Aug. 20, 2018], Tel Aviv, aged 94; firebrand Israeli journalist, politician, and peace activist who riled the establishment by exposing national scandals and conferring with Yasir Arafat, the father of the Palestinian cause, long before that was legal or fashionable for Israelis; elected to the Knesset in 1965 and served two terms and part of a third, totaling a decade, as a founding member of two small left-wing parties; resigned from the Knesset in 1981)
Associated languageara eng ger heb